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Press informationElettromedia - February 2011

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Press informationElettromedia - February 2011Connect, Customize, Control Technologies Architecture bit Ten bit Ten D bit one Glossary About us CD contents Visit www.audison.eu in order to find more information. 04 06 08 10 12 14 16 17 18

Connect, Customize, ControlHow many times have we met the limits of OEM or after market integration, expandability or the overall sound quality of our mobile audio system upgrades? Audison bit is the solution: multi-function digital processors capable of interfacing with any analog and/or digital source, transforming ordinary audio into a high-performance integrated system. In 2009 Audison introduces bit one, the first Signal Interface Processor conceived and built following the Audison philosophy: to satisfy a genuine passion for Sound, even with based on an OEM source. Quickly, the bit one became a world-wide reference amongst audio processors. The experience that our team acquired allowed us to expand our family of processors, making available the possibility of realizing higher performance systems to a wider audience. bit Ten originates directly from its predecessor, the bit one for signal management, basic functions and PC software. The bit Ten D version can also manage a digital input signal from the head unit, outputting a digital signal to an amplifier(s) featuring AD Link connection. All bit processors feature a powerful DSP (Digital Signal Processor) managed by a simple and intuitive computer software, which ensures a wide array of adjustments to improve the signal through each phase of its path; from input to output. A revolutionary technology; making your dream for acoustic perfection in your vehicle a reality!

A fantastic piece of technology (Performance Auto & Sound, Canada)

Il fuoriclasse (ACS, Italy)

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ConnectConnectivity without limitsAcoustic reproduction begins with traditional sources such as radio, then Compact Disc and now moving on to the use of new devices like MP3 players, streaming mobile phones and other multimedia devices. The bit processors provide the ability to take advantage of these technologies by bringing them all together, making the most of the musical performance. Input channels for different signal typologies, along with analog and digital output channels ensure vast expandability of any audio system.

CustomizeListening FreedomThe bit project was born with the aim of creating a perfect acoustical environment in every vehicle, customizable for every listening position, letting you experience true mobile bliss. Todays new vehicles are equipped with audio systems which offer very little, if any, upgrade opportunities. The most technologically advanced factory systems feature proprietary functions that are in most cases essential to the vehicle operation, but their sound is generally unsatisfactory. The bit processors are designed and developed to control every parameter of the reproduction, providing the ability to regenerate and customize the systems sound to reproduce even the finest details. The concept of complete listening freedom becomes real.

ControlThe digital domainThe unlimited calculation capability of the bit processors DSP (Digital Signal Processor) is combined with an extremely user-friendly interface. Specifically designed for audio applications, the DSP processes the signal in the digital domain: the management and control of the acoustic reproduction are further improved by the accuracy and configurability of the digital system.05

bit Ten & bit Ten D - TechnologySignal processingbit Ten features a 32 bit, 147 MHz clock speed Cirrus Logic DSP. It is a special DSP, ensuring high integration, where the main processing functions are implemented in optimized and pre-configured blocks, providing the ability to reduce the processing resources, ensuring top level performance. The architecture is completed with 24 bit A/D and D/A converters as well as a powerful microcontroller to manage, supervise and connect the system to the PC. The audio signal follows a complex path, controlled by software managing the bit Ten. Following the conversion from analog to digital, or otherwise starting in the digital domain using one of the S/PDIF digital inputs, the bit Ten provides the ability to: 1. automatically reconstruct a linear full-bandwidth stereo signal; 2. de-equalize the frequency response, to correct any possible equalization present in the OEM sources. This operation can be initiated through a simple push button switch found on the device, negating the need for a PC connection; 3. provide a 31 band equalizer to contour the input frequency response; 4. reconstruct the signal, in the case that the system requires a centre channel or subwoofer when the corresponding signals are not available as input channels The user can configure the output mode of each channel relative to the installed system, and for each channel can: 1. be activated, de-activated or phase inverted; 2. be filtered with a Linkwitz or Butterworth crossover alignment, with adjustable slopes (6- 24 dB/Oct.), with 20 to 20,000 Hz cut-off frequencies, in Full-range, Hi-Pass, Lo-Pass and separately configurable slopes and frequencies on each side of a Band-Pass filter; 3. be contoured with 31 bands of 1/3 octave equalization, within a 20-20000 Hz , +/- 12 dB range with 128 step resolution; 4. be acoustically time aligned with the other channels with up to 15 milliseconds delay, in 0.02 ms steps, corresponding to a 510 cm virtual movement of the loudspeaker. The user can adjust the initial delay settings by following a guided on-screen procedure for a consistent reconstruction of the sound stage. A manual adjustment function is available for fine tuning of the delay; 5. adjust its output level to further tune the systems overall response.

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SoftwareFor total control of the system parameters, a software to be installed on the PC is provided. Developed according to specific criteria required by the Car Audio industry, it facilitates direct access to the innumerable signal treatment functions available; providing immediate results, as well as extreme operational accuracy. Setting the parameters of each input single channel, setting the delays according to the listening position, adjusting crossovers and equalizers for each output channel; all of these operations can be managed by the PC. The Windows-based (XP, Vista and 7) software can be used in Standard of Expert modes. The Standard mode guarantees straightforward and simplified system management achieving great results with little effort: a guided set-up procedure, according to the parameters assigned to the outputs, assists the user in setting up the crossovers and equalization enabling the tuning of any system in just a few clicks. With the Expert mode, the software provides the ability to freely access all the parameters for a "fully-custom" tuning experience. The software features a Context-sensitive Help, that the user can activate, opening in a dynamic help window displaying detailed description of its main functions. In addition to that, it can manage multilingual context: the user can select the language and the change will be applied to the drop-down menus as well as the Context Help messages. The number of available languages will increase: once updates are available, they will be downloadable from the Audison website.

System UpgradeThe bit Ten boasts a modern and flexible platform, making it possible to stay current with technological evolution: the firmware, based upon Flash memory, can be updated at any time without having to disassemble the device from the system. The software enables the user to check on available on-line updates (http://update.audison.eu) guiding the user through all of the upgrade phases. In addition to that, the user can manually force the update and proceed with a safe installation which can be retrieved even in case the update fails due to external accidental causes.07

bit Ten - ArchitectureInnovative Designbit Ten inherits from bit one a minimal and compact design. Like with the bit one, the perfection of the design and proportions of the new processor equal the flawless layout of its internal technology, easing the installation. The DRC provides direct interface between the user and the device. Through an ergonomic knob, adjustments can be made rapidly and accurately. A liquid crystal back-lit display provides visual elements to the user. The compact size and the dark grey aluminium finish allow the DRC to seamlessly integrate into any dash layout; adding a touch of originality and technology.

Universal inputsbit Ten provides 7 signal inputs with different connection typologies: four high-level inputs, also accepting low-level pre-amplified signals; a stereo auxiliary input; a standard Remote IN and a high-level (PHONE IN) momentary audio interrupt input for use with devices such as cellular phone hands-free kits that provide a "Mute" function. The bit Ten D version also features an optical digital input, selectable from the DRC, minimizing interference and degradations of the signal found in traditional analog interconnects, also by-passing the A/D conversion phases of analog signals. Thanks to the on-screen instructions provided by the software during the set-up, bit Ten can automatically sum multiple filtered channels (for instance, woofer plus tweeter) and then flatten the equalized response curve of the OEM source. It can also reconstruct a centre, rear and/or subwoofer outputs with a simple stereo input. By reading the appropriate track on the provided test disc (CD), the DSP reconstructs a full-bandwidth signal, rectifying its frequency response, providing a full bandwidth signal ready for further processing.08

Outputsbit Ten provides 5 PRE OUT analog outputs. Each output channel features a 31 band equalizer, a 66 step electronic crossover with selectable Linkwitz-Riley or Butterworth alignment with selectable 6 - 24 dB adjustable slopes and digital time delay functions. Through the AD Link connector, bit Ten D provides the ability to increase the number of outputs channels to 8, all in a digital format. With the use of a CAT 5.S cable terminated with a shielded RJ45 connector (as used with LAN connections), the digital signal is transmitted to amplifiers equipped with this feature (such as found on the Audison Thesis TH series and/or the new Audison Voce amplifiers, coming soon). It is possible to use the two different output typologies (analog and digital) simultaneously for a maximum of 8 outputs total, as the software provides the ability to direct the audio signal to each output channel independently. AC Link is dedicated to the remote control of the system. The system is comprised of one connector for the provided DRC (Digital Remote Control) and one for the amplifiers present in the system. By connecting the AC Link output to the amplifiers, it is possible to control the volume of all 8 channels directly at the amplifier.

DRC Digital Remote ControlDigital Remote Control permits the control of the main system without the use of a PC. Installed in an ergonomic position within the dashboard of the car, the user can: choose between two tuning configurations pre-sets created and saved using the bit Ten software; select the source from the master, auxiliary and optical digital inputs (the digital input only with the bit Ten D, which comes packaged with the DRC); adjust main system functions (volume, balance, fader and subwoofer volume); identify the proper position of the sources output level set while tuning the bit Ten as well as adjust the display brightness for ledgeability and to reduce glare during night driving.

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Power SupplyVoltage: Idling current: Switched off without DRC: Switched off with DRC: Remote IN voltage: Remote OUT voltage: 11 15 VDC 0.4 A < 2.5 mA < 4.0 mA 7 15 VDC (1.3 mA) 12 VDC (130 mA) 0.005% 96 dBA 85 dB 0.6 5 VRMS 2.0 15 VRMS 4 VRMS 15 k 2.2 kTurn-on Controls Configuration Guided procedure that, thanks to a wide range of set names, provides the ability to assign each component to the bit Ten connections and automatically coordinate their functioning ART, Automatic Remote Turn on/off, selectable from Hi-Level Front L. The ART can be enabled through an external switch Through the Remote IN Through the car ignition key with memory function Through the DRC (optional) Automatically through the hands-free phone kit Input sensitivity manual adjustable for the Master Hi-Level inputs (with supplied Test CD) Manual input sensitivity adjustment for auxiliary inputs Independent level control for each output channel for system fine tuning (-40 0 dB) Automatic de-equalization of signal fed into the high-level inputs (with supplied Test CD) if necessary. It can also be performed without the PC 31-band graphic equalizer (1/3 Oct.; 12 dB) for each output channels Filter typology: selectable; Hi-pass, Lo-pass, Full Range, Band pass with independent selectable cut-off slope Cut-off frequency: 70 steps available from 20 Hz to 20k Hz Cut-off slope: selectable; 6 to 24 dB/Oct. Selectable alignment: Linkwitz or Butterworth Mute: selectable for each output (On/Off) Phase: selectable for each output (0/180) It can reconstruct a stereo output signal from a multi-channel input signal. In addition it can reconstruct rear, centre and subwoofer output channels from a stereo input Guided procedure for the speaker distance data entry with an automated calculation (distance to time) for each channel for accurate delay times. System also provides for manual fine tuning of delay (0.02 ms fine set) Master Volume, Subwoofer Volume, Balance and Fader controls, Input selection, Memory selection, Adjustable display brightness 2 presets separately managed and recalled by the DRC (optional) Microsoft Windows (XP, 7 and Vista) based software with Standard and Expert operating modes Audio Outputs Control Connections Audio DSP and converters 32 bit Cirrus Logic (Clock speed: 147 MHz) Digital Signal Processing chip and A/D D/A converters working in PCM at 48 kHz with 24 bit resolution. The processor speed allows the user to hear and verify in real time the changes applied during the tuning 4 independent high-level channels with automatic summing capability 1 analog low-level stereo auxiliary input 1 high-level momentary audio interrupt input (with priority) on Phone Mute cable (settable through PC) 5 independent analog PRE channels featuring adjustable level 1 USB /B (2.0) connector for PC connection 1 AC Link control bus connectors for DRC 1 input for external Mute (settable through PC)

Audio Inputs

[email protected] kHz,1 VRMS Output: [email protected] -3 dB: S/N Ratio @ A weighted: Channel Separation (@1 kHz): Input sensitivity (Low Level): Input sensitivity (High Level): Max Output Levels: Input impedance (AUX): Input impedance (High Level): Inputs:

10 22k Hz

Low Level (Pre In): AUX L/R High Level (Spk In): FL-FR-RL-RR, Phone IN Analog Pre Out: Ch1Ch5In/Out Volume

Outputs:

CrossoverType: 12 / 24 dB Linkwitz 6 / 12 / 18 / 24 dB ButterworthDe-equalization

Mode: Full / HiPass/LowPass/BandPass (indipendent)

Equalizers Crossover Filter

EqualizerType: Gain: Delay: 31 Band, ISO 1/3 Oct, 20 Hz 20 kHz 12 dB 0 22 ms (748 cm/294.5 inch)

Time AlignmentDistance: Delay: Step: Fine set step: 0 510 cm / 200.8 inch 0 15 ms 0.08 ms; 2.8 cm / 1.1 inch 0.02 ms; 0.7 cm / 0.27 inch

Signal channels reconstruction Time Alignment

DRC (optional) Memory bit Ten software

SizeWxHxD (mm/inches): Weight (kg/lb): 191 x 34 x 131 7.51 x 133 x 4.76 0.6 / 1.322

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Power SupplyVoltage: Idling current: Switched off without DRC: Switched off with DRC: Remote IN voltage: Remote OUT voltage: 11 15 VDC 0.4 A < 2.5 mA < 4.0 mA 7 15 VDC (1.3 mA) 12 VDC (130 mA) 0.005% 96 dBA 85 dB 0.6 5 VRMS 2.0 15 VRMS 4 VRMS 15 k 2.2 kConfiguration Control Connections Audio Outputs Audio DSP and converters Audio Inputs 32 bit Cirrus Logic (Clock speed: 147 MHz) Digital Signal Processing chip and A/D D/A converters working in PCM at 48 kHz with 24 bit resolution. The processor speed allows the user to hear and verify in real time the changes applied during the tuning 4 independent high-level channels with automatic summing capability 1 analog low-level stereo auxiliary input 1 optical digital input 1 high-level momentary audio interrupt input (with priority) on Phone Mute cable (settable through PC) 5 independent analog PRE channels featuring adjustable level 1 AD Link output featuring 8 independent digital audio channels through a single CAT 5.S LAN cable for use with amplifiers featuring AD Link input 1 USB /B (2.0) connector for PC connection 1 AC Link control bus connector for DRC 1 AC Link control bus for use with amplifiers featuring AC Link 1 input for external Mute (settable through PC) Guided procedure that, thanks to a wide range of set names, provides the ability to assign each component to the bit Ten D connections and automatically coordinate their functions ART, Automatic Remote Turn on/off, selectable from Hi-Level Front L. The ART can be enabled through an external switch. Through the Remote IN Through vehicle ignition key trigger with memory function Through the DRC Automatically through the hands-free phone kit momentary interrupt Manual input sensitivity adjustment for the Master Hi-Level inputs (with supplied Test CD) Manual input sensitivity adjustment for auxiliary inputs Independent level control for each output channel for system fine tuning (-40 0 dB) Automatic de-equalization of signal fed into the high-level inputs (with supplied Test CD) if necessary. It can also be performed without the PC 31-band graphic equalizer (1/3 Oct.; 12dB) for each analog and digital output channel Filter typology: Hi-pass, Lo-pass, Full Range or Band-pass with independent selectable cut-off slope Cut-off frequency: 70 steps available from 20 Hz to 20 kHz Cut-off slope: 6 to 24 dB/Oct. Filter alignment: Linkwitz or Butterworth Mute function: selectable for each output (on/off) Phase: selectable for each output (0/180) It can reconstruct a stereo output signal from a multi-channel input signal. In addition it can reconstruct rear, centre and subwoofer output channels from a stereo input Guided procedure for the speaker distance data entry with an automated calculation (distance to time) for each channel for accurate delay times. System also provides for manual fine tuning of delay (0.02 ms fine set) Master Volume, Subwoofer Volume, Balance and Fader controls, Input selection, Memory selection, Adjustable display brightness. Access to digital features of amplifiers featuring AC Link 2 presets separately managed and recalled with the DRC Microsoft Windows (XP, Vista and 7) based software with Standard and Expert operating modes

[email protected] kHz,1 VRMS Output: [email protected] -3 dB: S/N Ratio @ A weighted: Channel Separation (@1 kHz): Input sensitivity (Low Level): Input sensitivity (High Level): Max Output Levels: Input impedance (AUX): Input impedance (High Level): Inputs:

10 22k Hz

Low Level (Pre In): AUX L/R High Level (Spk In): FL-FR-RL-RR, Phone IN Optical: S/PDIF Max 48 kHz / 24 bit / PCM

Turn-on Controls

Outputs: Analog Pre Out: Ch1Ch5 Digital Out: 48 kHz - 24 bit; AD Link: Ch1Ch8

CrossoverType: 12 / 24 dB Linkwitz 6 / 12 / 18 / 24 dB Butterworth

In/Out Volume

De-equalization Equalizers

Mode: Full / HiPass/LowPass/BandPass (indipendent)

EqualizerType: Gain: Delay: 31 Band, ISO 1/3 Oct, 20 Hz 20 kHz 12 dB 0 22 ms (748 cm/294.5 inch)

Crossover Filter

Time AlignmentDistance: Delay: Step: Fine set step: 0 510 cm / 200.8 inch 0 15 ms 0.08 ms; 2.8 cm / 1.1 inch 0.02 ms; 0.7 cm / 0.27 inchSignal channels reconstruction Time Alignment

DRC

SizeWxHxD (mm/inches): Weight (kg/lb): 191 x 34 x 131 7.51 x 133 x 4.76 0.6 / 1.322Memory bit Ten D software

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Signal Interface ProcessorVersione Bit One.1

Power SupplyVoltage: Idling current: Switched off without DRC: Switched off with DRC: Remote IN voltage: Remote OUT voltage :11 15 VDC 0.45 A < 0.5 mA < 1.8 mA 7 15 VDC (1.3 mA)Ingressi Audio DSP Audio e convertitori Analog Devices della serie Sharc a 32 bit a virgola mobile (clock di 266 MHz). Convertitori A/D e D/A Wolfson che lavorano in PCM a 48 kHz con una risoluzione di 24 bit. La velocit del processore permette di ascoltare e verificare in tempo reale le operazioni di settaggio. 8 canali indipendenti ad alto livello (sommabili automaticamente) o 6 canali analogici indipendenti a basso livello 2 ingressi analogici stereofonici ausiliari a basso livello 1 ingresso digitale ottico 1 ingresso digitale coassiale elettrico 1 ingresso ad alto livello per kit vivavoce o sistemi di navigazione (con Mute IN) 8 canali analogici indipendenti a basso livello con livello regolabile e 1 uscita AD Link (8 canali digitali collegabili attraverso un cavo LAN CAT 5.S ad amplificatori provvisti di AD Link) 1 presa USB /B (2.0) per connessione al PC 2 prese AC Link con bus di controllo per DRC e amplificatori provvisti di AD Link Procedura guidata, che attraverso una vasta gamma di denominazioni predefinite, permette di assegnare ogni componente alle connessioni del Bit One e coordinarne automaticamente il funzionamento ARTTM, Automatic Remote turn on/off, sistema automatico di accensione remota. Attraverso la chiave di accensione dellautomobile con funzione di memoria. Attraverso il DRC. Automaticamente attraverso il ricevitore telefonico vivavoce. Regolazione automatica della sensibilit dingresso per gli ingressi principali (Wizard con CD e DVD Test) Regolazione manuale della sensibilit dingresso per gli ingressi ausiliari Controllo separato di volume su ogni uscita per la taratura fine del sistema (-40 0 dB) Sistema adattativo automatico con unequalizzazione tra basso e alto livello dascolto impostabili dallutente e gestibile dal DRC De-equalizzazione automatica del segnale dagli ingressi ad alto livello (Wizard con CD o DVD Test) e calibrazione dei livelli 4 Equalizzatori grafici a 31 bande (1/3 Oct.; 12dB) uno per ogni ingresso ausiliare 8 Equalizzatori grafici a 31 bande (1/3 Oct.; 12dB) uno per ogni canale duscita Tipologia di filtro: selezionabile; Hi-pass, Lo-pass, Bandpass, Full Range Frequenze di intervento: 70 passi nella banda 10 20 kHz Pendenze di taglio: selezionabili; 6 48 dB Oct. Allineamenti: selezionabili; Linkwitz or Butterworth Mute: gestibile per ogni uscita (On/Off) Fase: gestibile per ogni uscita (0/180) Ricostruzione di un segnale stereo da un segnale multi-canale. Inoltre Bit One pu ricostruire i canali Rear, Centrale e Sub da un ingresso stereofonico Procedura guidata per impostare i ritardi del segnale sulle distanze reali degli altoparlanti dal punto dascolto (022 ms max). Possibilit di applicare manualmente un fine tuning Spegnimento e accensione automatica, in caso di blocco del DSP Controllo: Volume Master (-60 0 dB), Volume Subwoofer (-12 0 dB), Balance, Fader; Selezione degli ingressi; Gestione delle configurazioni memorizzate; Attivazione / disattivazione equalizzatore dinamico; Regolazione luminosit del display; Accesso alle funzioni digitali degli amplificatori Thesis TH, se connessi 4 presets gestibili singolarmente e richiamabili dal DRC Software Windows-based (Win2000, XP, Vista), utilizzabile in modalit Standard o Expert

12 VDC (130 mA)0.002% 102 dBA 77 dB 0.3 5 V RMS 1.2 20 V RMS 4 V RMS 20 k 5 kVolume In/Out Controlli di accensione Configurazione Uscite Audio

Distortion - THD @ 1 kHz, 1 V RMS Output: Bandwidth: S/N Ratio @ A weighted: Channel Separation (@1 kHz): Input sensitivity (Low Level): Input sensitivity (High Level): Max Output Levels: Input impedance (Low Level): Input impedance (High Level):

4.5 21 kHzControlli digitali

Inputs:

Low Level (Pre In): Ch1Ch6, AUX1 L/R, AUX2 L/R High Level (Speakers In): Ch1 Ch8, Phone In Coaxial and Optical (S/PDIF Max 48 kHz/24 bit, PCM) Outputs: Analog Pre Out: Ch1Ch8 Digital Out 48kHz-24 bit AD Link: Ch1 Ch8

Equalizzatore Dinamico De-equalizzazione e calibrazione Equalizzatori Filtro Crossover

CrossoverType:12 / 24 / 36 / 48 dB Linkwitz 6 / 12 / 18 / 24 / 30 / 36 / 42 / 48 dB Butterworth Mode: Full / Hi Pass / Low Pass / Band Pass

EqualizerType: Gain:31 Band, ISO 1/3 Oct, 20 Hz 20 kHz 12 dBRicostruzione del segnale Allineamento temporale

Time AlignmentDelay:0 22 ms in 0,02 ms steps (748 cm/294.5 inch)

Auto Restart DRC

SizeWxHxD (mm/inches): Weight (kg/lb): 225 x 32,3 x 150 8.85 x 1.27 x 5.90 1,345 / 2.965Memorie Bit One Software

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AD Link AC Link provided amplifier

AD Link AC Link provided amplifier

Other amplifier

AD Link Digital Signal

Other amplifier

Other amplifier

OUTPUT TO AN AMPLIFIERS SYSTEM (AD LINK + AC LINK)DRC - Digital Remote Control CONNECTION

OUTPUT TO A NON-TH AMPLIFIERS SYSTEM (PRE)

HIGH LEVEL SOURCE STEREO (FRONT + REAR) OR MULTICHANNEL

MAX INPUTS: 8 amplified channels

Internal Amplified Source

AC Link Function Control

15Fuse Holder (Not supplied) Ground Remote IN Remote IN Remote IN Remote OUT Battery Stereo Source Digital Signal

OEM Amplifier

OEM Amplified Source

Ground

Phone signal

HANDS-FREE CELLULAR PHONES KIT CONNECTION

mute

LOW LEVEL SOURCE STEREO (FRONT + REAR) OR MULTICHANNELSub Cen Rear Front

Multichannel Source Analog Preamplified Signal Stereo Source Analog Preamplified Signal

L

R

Auxiliary Stereo Preamplified Source

Auxiliary Stereo Preamplified Source

Glossarybit Ten / bit Ten D: AC Link: AD Link: DRC:Digital signal processor used to elevate the acoustic performance of any Car Audio system. Audison Control Link, a communication bus for the interconnection and control of more than one device. Audison Digital Audio Link, eight channel digital audio bus. Digital Remote Control, interface between the bit Ten and the user to choose the set-up memory, select the inputs, adjust the volume, balance, fader and subwoofer level as well as the display brightness Digital Signal Processor, a special microprocessor, featuring a specific internal structure, destined for the continuous processing of data streaming. The term 32 bit represents the number of significant digits used in a sample representation. The 32 bit format is employed in high-performance DSPs. Other formats used to save digital format signals: 16 bit (CD), 24 bit (DVD, Blu-ray). CD; 48,0kHz: DAT; 96kHz: DVD; 192kHz: DVD and Blu-ray.

DSP: 32 bit:

44,1 192kHz: Sampling frequency of S/PDIF digital signal. 44,1kHz: PCM: MP3: S/PDIF: Toslink:Pulse Code Modulation, digital representation of an analog signal, with the total lack of compression, thus the complete representation of the sound information. Compressed digital audio signal. Compared to the PCM format, it remarkably reduces the memory occupation with consequent sound quality deterioration. Standard used for the digital audio transmission over coaxial cable or optic fibre. Fibre Optical cable connection for S/PDIF signals.

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About usElettromedia, an Italian company, is a leader within the world-wide car Hi-Fi market. Born in 1987 in Potenza Picena by a group of friends who shared the same passion for in-car high fidelity, throughout the past years Elettromedia has been walking the path of excellence: its products are distributed in more than 50 countries; the company has received many awards and acknowledgements from the most authoritative leaders within the car audio industry; it also can boast reviews of more than 2000 pages published in 30 different languages (visit: www.elettromedia.it/press_area.asp). The Elettromedia brands are Audison, Hertz, Connection and AZaudiocomp. Through a co-branding strategy, the company offers all of the components required for a complete, top-level car audio system.

Contacts: Elettromedia s.r.l. Strada Regina km 3,500 - 62018 Potenza Picena (Mc) - Italy T +39 0733 870 870 - F +39 0733 870 880 - www.elettromedia.it

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